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Romney defends the banks in front of a foreclosed home

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posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 08:05 AM
Stay classy Romney...

Romney talks housing, ends up defending banks

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney came to ground zero of the housing crisis Tuesday to assail rival Newt Gingrich over his ties to the government-backed mortgage companies that helped make it worse, a message Romney has been pushing since he landed in the state. But that meant he also had to talk about banks — and he continued what's become a habit of comparing companies to people.

Romney was standing outside a Fannie Mae-foreclosed home in a struggling neighborhood telling a small crowd why they're having so much trouble. "In this case, it's because of the banks," he explained. "Well, the banks aren't bad people. They're just overwhelmed right now."

Yeah they are not bad... except they committed tens of thousands of felonies in the last decade and nobody has gone to jail over it. Give me a break ``they are just overwhelmed``...

Romney, banking shill, corporate shill, stinking liar.

posted on Jan, 26 2012 @ 08:37 AM

"Corporations are people, my friend!"

Last time I checked.
People don't spend millions to lobby congressmen.

This guy delusional

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